Maynards Wine Pastilles Reviews
Product Type: Marble Brewery Food
Description:Maynards Wine Pastilles 180g Bag. Fruit Flavour Wine Pastilles.
Newest Review: ... of a Maynard's Wine Gum. If you like those, as I do, you'll find Wine Pastilles very tasty indeed. Maynard's Wine Pastilles ... more
Price Comparison for Maynards Wine Pastilles
Maynards Wine Pastilles 190g (Box of 12)
Made with natural colours. 12 x 190g Maynards Wine Pastilles.
Last Update 11.12.2013 08:31
Maynards Wine Pastilles Roll 49g (Box of 40)
Made with natural colours. 40 x Maynards Wine Pastilles Roll.
Last Update 11.12.2013 08:31
Customer Maynards Wine Pastilles Reviews (2)
by - written on 26/10/09 (Very useful, 176 readings)
Oh dear, another confectionery review from me... ah well, it's only a couple of months until Christmas, so that's my (feeble) excuse! Maynards have been around for a very long time indeed - since the late 19th century, in fact - although these days they are part of the massive Cadbury Trebor Bassett empire, itself at the time of writing under threat of takeover. Maynards are surely best known for their tremendously popular Wine Gums, but a few years ago they decided to launch a few other products, and these Wine Pastilles (a 2001 introduction) are an example of this slight expansion. You can buy Wine Pastilles either in a bag weighing 180g, as illustrated here ... Read the complete review
by - written on 26/07/08 (Very useful, 77 readings)
I love sweets especially those which I can chew. I've been buying wine gums and fruit pastilles for years. So when Wine Pastilles were bought out I decided to try them as they seemed like the perfect sweet, a mixture. They are of course produced by Maynards who have made both the wine gums and the fruit pastilles. I trust the Maynards brand as they have been around for almost 130 years so they have had a lot of time to get the perfect recipes. Wine Pastilles have been around since 200 so they are now fairly popular. They come in a green packet with the Maynards logo on it and pictures of the Wine Pastilles plus all of the nutritional information. They come in ... Read the complete review
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